Dublin Bus, Dame Street

These three photos were all taken within a stone’s throw of each other in Dublin city centre on Saturday. Click on the photos for the bigger versions, if you’d like to see them.

A Dublin Bus makes its way down Dame Street

Temple Bar

Copper Alley

Posted on September 27, 2012, in Architecture, Dublin, Ireland, Photography and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 51 Comments.

  1. Love the building architecture.

  2. First photo is fantastic…

  3. slowlymovingonwards

    I love what you did with the bus in the first picture! Your photographs are always so great to look at (:

  4. Good to see Temple Bar again … wonderful pictures, thank you for sharing.

  5. Love the spot of color, your choices for them. The little girl in the last frame, is that done by that famous guy, who’s name i have forgotten?

    • Thanks! No, it’s not a Banksy 🙂

      • Thats the name, why I can’t remember names longer then 30 seconds is a terrible impediment, I could never be a politician or a used car salesmen (same thing, really) But I never forget a photograph or a painting, if I love it. Thanks for the reminder of the artist’s name…what was it again. 🙂 -amy

      • Ha! Thanks Amy 🙂 And that comparison is a bit harsh on used car salesmen!

      • The comment comes from almost a year of trying to find a man worthy of beating Obama. A little truth, with a whole lot of telling you what you want to hear, dependent upon the listener. I will vote for Obama again. BUT our politics…I believe you would have gone mad with it too! 😉

  6. Outstanding images! Very well done!

  7. and there was me expecting to see a red bus 😉 captivating colour focused images

  8. how is this possible? totally awesome!

  9. Very artistic.

  10. Great shots all. Love the nice tones. I think they suit the subjects just perfectly

  11. I was in Dublin years ago, and your photos make me see it in a whole new light. I love the hyper-reality that the yellow creates.

  12. Excellent, Excellent, Excellent…..

  13. I like the color contrast. How long did you take you to do that effect?

  14. Really thoughtfully done. I wish I had photoshop, too. Handy dandy. Oh iPhoto.

  15. Fantastic shots…

  16. Flicking through your posts, love your photography, especially the bus pic in this post. You’ve inspired me to go wandering with my camera over the weekend.

  17. Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog for a little while today. I had a great time and tried to leave my campsite as good as when I arrived. I’ll be back!

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